Archived articles


Understanding the Taiwan elections
Published Jan 19, 2024
Tensions were already heightened between mainland China and Taiwan before the polls opened on Jan. 13. With the results in, what's the next chapter in this complex story?
In memoriam
Jerome Schneewind dies at 93
Published Jan 9, 2024
Schneewind was best known for his innovative research on the history of ethics, authoring and editing influential articles and volumes that stand as definitive works
3 Questions
The road ahead after COP28
Published Dec 18, 2023
The U.N. summit's climate pact is a step in the right direction, but much more is needed, Hopkins expert Benjamin Link says
In memoriam
J.G.A. Pocock dies at 99
Published Dec 18, 2023
Considered one of the great historians of his generation, Pocock wove philosophy, political science, and history into a program in political and moral thought that Hopkins is known for today
Book recommendations from Hopkins scholars
Published Dec 18, 2023
We asked faculty members, library staff, and many others about the best books they read in 2023. This is what they told us.
Sociologist Monica Prasad joins JHU
Published Dec 15, 2023
Prasad analyzes socioeconomic problems to tackle complex challenges related to capitalism, neoliberalism, and social policy
Communicating in bad faith
Published Winter 2023
A team of Johns Hopkins scientists has received a Discovery Award to research deceptive and bad faith communication / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Civil rights
Lost legacies, found again
Published Winter 2023
In Before the Movement, alum Dylan C. Penningroth showcases "ordinary black people [using] law in their everyday lives" / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The Governor Wes Moore
Published Winter 2023
One year into his governorship, Johns Hopkins Magazine sat down with Moore to talk about a life of service / Johns Hopkins Magazine
How people feel about living in Baltimore
Published Dec 5, 2023
Inaugural survey by Johns Hopkins 21st Century Cities Initiative benchmarks sentiments and experiences across Baltimore